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    .iso files

    Hi everyone.

    I downloaded Fedora Linux image files. They have an "iso" extencion. My system doesn't seem to be able to read them and burn them on to a CD. What should I do?

    I run WinXP box

    Thanks
    Don\'t post if you\'ve got nothing constructive to say. Flooding is annoying

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    Don\'t post if you\'ve got nothing constructive to say. Flooding is annoying

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    Nero - Burning ROM (Ahead Software)
    You can use Nero Burning ROM to record a CD from an ISO file. You must purchase this program from Ahead Software. For more information about this program, visit the Ahead Software Web site at: http://www.ahead.de

    Steps to create a CD if you have installed Nero - Burning ROM:

    Download the ISO CD image to a folder on your computer.

    Insert a blank CD in your CD-RW drive.

    Start Nero Burning.

    Follow the wizard steps to select Data CD creation.

    When the wizard closes, click Burn Image on the File menu.

    In the Open dialog box, select the ISO file, and then click Open.

    In the wizard, click Burn to write the image to the CD.
    nero is probably ur best way to go, it's easy to use and the GUI is user- friendly....

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    Originally posted here by AlaynaX
    nero is probably ur best way to go, it's easy to use and the GUI is user- friendly....
    That's why I've got it installed on my system
    Don\'t post if you\'ve got nothing constructive to say. Flooding is annoying

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    in Nero you go to File-> Burn CD image, it is not on the normal mp3, datacd, VCD etc...menu ....

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    Re: .iso files

    Originally posted here by nightcat
    Hi everyone.

    I downloaded Fedora Linux image files. They have an "iso" extencion. My system doesn't seem to be able to read them and burn them on to a CD. What should I do?

    I run WinXP box

    Thanks
    http://www.deepburner.com

    A nice FREE cd burner package that support burning iso images.

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